Cenocracy: A Declaration for Greater Independence
Calling All Communists and Socialists
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As with Revolutionists, Sociologists, Political Scientists, Economists and so many others in their respective subject areas of interest, it is typical for researchers to hunt for fundamental patterns as a methodological strategy. For example, a counselor, social worker, psychologist or psychologist may want to identify a history, or pattern... of abuse, neglect, criminal activity, promiscuity, addiction, work history, use of free time, etc... The well known "Modus Operandi" of police work is a pattern sought in order to identify and apprehend a suspected criminal. And managers of sports teams not only try to figure out what another team's playing strategy is, but devise their own by using those patterns which best fit with the players they have. Different players with different fundamental skills can and does have an effect on the type of overall game strategy that can be executed. The same goes for societies in terms of resources, which includes available human resources. Economic plans, as social-governing strategies, can only be as effective as one's realistic evaluation of resources when played out against other models being exercised with the personalities of those involved in the allocation of given resources. When economic plans run astray, the model being used has overlooked other fundamentals which affect a given strategy.

But strategies, plans, models and the like, all involve the interpretation of thinking that is translated in to language, with its content being affected by grammar. However, unless you have an interest in language or grammar, an overall philosophical approach to an analysis of fundamentals, of a history, may not include language or grammar, or its symbolic translation into some form of literature, be it a representation in words, numbers, or whatever. Yet, even an understanding of language fundamentals is not fundamental enough... because most of us fail to look at how our physiology affects language. Simply put, if we couldn't hear, what then would be the design of our language? Or if we couldn't speak? It is not difficult to ascertain what effect hearing has on word production, and thus concept formulation, by paying witness to the difficulty speech is for those who have a hearing impairment. Thus, it is important in our adopted retrograde analysis of fundamentals in an effort to revise our sociological game plans, that we look at the patterns distinguishable in hearing. Once again, just as was pointed out in human anatomy on page 1 of this series of essays, we find a remarkable recurrence of a pattern-of-three:

3 patterned ear structure Our 3-Patterned Ear Structure... is not a coincidence. It is a fundamental pattern that has a direct affect on our speech and cognitive processes involving a brain which has an identifiable 1,2,3 pattern of exertion on our conceptualizations in all subject areas.

(We can look upon the 3-patterned Ear structure as an adapted survival strategy imposed on us by an observable environmental imprint that is being altered over time due to the decay inherent in the galaxy, solar system and Earth. The Sun-Earth-Moon triple complex is deteriorating and we are "tweaking" our social self-governance strategies to an extent we are now involved in the economic game plan involving the trio of Communism- Democracy- Socialism. But, due to the increase in deterioration {involving an increase in population growth}, we must adopt a different socio-economic strategy.) People often forget to include the perspective that hearing is part of the brain, just are other senses. (In other words, we don't find our ears as an extension of our stomach, heart, liver or some other body part.)
3 overall divisions: Outer ear~ Inner ear~ Middle ear
3 middle ear divisions: Tympanum~ Epitympanum~ Mastoid antrum
3 eardrum membranes: Cutaneum~ Collagen fibers~ Mucosm
3 semi-circular canals: Used for balance (equilibrium)
3 bones: (ossicular chain) Incus~ Stapes~ Malleus
3 main malleus ligaments: Anterior~ Lateral~ Superior
3 incus anchorage points: Malleus~ Stapes~ Bony fossa wall
3 cochlea sections: (Scala) Vestibuli~ Tympani~ Cochlear duct
3 extrinsic muscles (Auricularis): Anterior~ Superior~ Posterior
3 sound conduction paths: Electrical~ Mechanical~ Fluid
or: Bone (solid)~ Air (gas)~ Fluid (liquid)
3 nerve stimulation paths: Mechanical~ Chemical~ Electrical
3 outer hair cell rows
(see images below)
typical in mammals
but some sources give 3, 4, or 5
Neurotrophin-3 (NT-3) is synthesized by inner and outer hair cells of the developing organ of Corti. Brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) is also synthesized. (Prestin is the motor protein of the outer hair cells.)
3 sound qualities: Pitch~ Volume (intensity)~ Tone
3 sound wave propagation processes: Diffraction~ Transmission~ Reflection
3 main forms of ossicular chain fixation: Fluid~ Mechanical~ Otosclerosis
3 classes of ossicular lever action: Force arm~ Resistance arm~ Fulcrum
3 acoustic distortion forms: Frequency~ Phase~ Amplitude
3 basic properties of vibrating bodies: Inertia~ Elasticity~ Dissipation
3 principal types of deafness: Conduction~ Nerve~Stimulation
3 types of hearing loss: Conductive~ Sensorineural~ Mixed
3 (inner ear) organs of balance: Semicircular canals~ Utricle~ Saccule
(collectively called the vestibular organ {3-in-1})

source: Language 3's page 1

(At this juncture, let us interject a metaphorical reference by identifying Communism, Democracy and Socialism as 3 types of acoustic distortion... in that they need to be refined... like a harsh sound needing to be altered or 3 notes needing to be blended into a desired symphony of music which they can be channeled into.)

Now let's continue with an assortment of "threes" related to language usage:

3 Tenses: Past- Present- Future
3 sentence types: Simple- Compound- Complex
3 classroom test types: Multiple choice, true/false, Essay
3 gradations with letter grades: A (plus)- A- A (minus)
3 Pronoun types: 1st person- 2nd person- 3rd person
3 Qualities of a Noun: Person- Place- Thing
3-part rule-of-thumb: I before E except after C
3 Verb moods: Indicative- Imperative- Subjunctive
3 punctuation units: Phrase- Independent clause- Dependent clause
3 Verb inflections: Tense- Mood- Number
3 verb characterizations: Action- Occurrence- State of Being
3 writing stages: Logography- Syllabography- Alphabetography
3 subordinate clauses: Adjective- Adverb- Noun
3 sentence ending punctuations: Period- Question mark- Exclamation point
3 gender grammar: Masculine- Feminine- Neuter
3 writing division structure: Title- Body- Conclusion

3 physiological components of speech production (8K)

Some additional 3-patterned sequences:

3-stage "chunking" in infant babbling (examples):
(Ba) (Ba-Ba) (Ba-Ba-Ba)
(Da) (Da-Da) (Da-Da-Da)
(Na) (Na-Na) (Na-Na-Na)

3 stage child development word usage: Single words- Double words- Triple words
Trimodal language structure of all language (not necessarily in this order): Subject- Object- Verb (SOV)

Among natural languages with a word order preference, SOV is the most common type (followed by subject–verb–object; the two types account for more than 75% of natural languages with a preferred order).

Source: Wikipedia: Subject-Object-Verb

Word orderEnglish EquivalentProportion of LanguagesExample Languages
SOV"She him loves."45%Sanskrit, Latin, Japanese, Ancient Greek, Korean, Hindi, PIE*
SVO"She loves him."42%English, Hausa, Mandarin, Russian
VSO"Loves she him."9%Biblical Hebrew, Irish, Filipino, Tuareg
VOS"Loves him she."3%Malagasy, Baure PAN
OVS"Him loves she."1%Apalaí, Hixkaryana
OSV"Him she loves."0%Warao
Frequency distribution of word order in languages surveyed by Russell S. Tomlin in 1980s.

*PIE= Proto- Indo-European

Note: The Subject- Object- Verb trio of language can be aligned with the "Agent- Structure" (minus the "Action") labeling discussed in Alexander Gallas' Dichotomy, Dualism, Duality: An investigation into Marxist conceptualizations of structure and agency. The variations of "two" (Dichotomy, Dualism, Duality) are set into a three-patterned formula providing another example of referencing the underlying (1), 2, 3 pattern making its way into a diagrammed subject matter. Different subjects yield different compositional embellishments (words, symbols, illustrations) but the same underlying pattern has a frequency that can not be accounted for by coincidence.

With respect to discussions concerning what human speech may have been like prior to the arrival of modern humans, in other words... was the three-patterned Subject- Object- Verb (or its variants shown above), something that always existed without a one and/or two-patterned precursor— it is of value to take a look at ideas involving an attempt to philosophically ascertain what form(s) proto-languages had. For example, here's a short reference:

...Furthermore, Matthew S. Dryer distinguishes at least three types of languages with no dominant word order:

  1. The first type is languages that can be called non-configurational, i.e. languages with highly flexible word order, all or most orders of subject, object, and verb will be possible and common; Nunggubuyu (a Gunwinyguan language spoken in northern Australia) is an example of such a language.

  2. Another type includes “languages lack a dominant order only because just the subject or just the object exhibits flexibility with respect to the verb”. An example of such a language is Syrian Arabic, which allows both SVO and VSO orders; there does not seem to be a reason (according to Dryer and the references he cites) to consider one of them dominant. However, only these two orders are common and the order of verb and object is relatively inflexible.

  3. The third type of language lacking a dominant order consists of “languages in which different word orders occur but the choice is syntactically determined”, such as German and Dutch, where:

    “the dominant order is SVO in main clauses lacking an auxiliary and SOV in subordinate clauses and clauses containing an auxiliary. Because this results in both orders being common, neither order is considered dominant here and these two languages are shown on the map as lacking a dominant word order.”

Interestingly, Gell-Mann & Ruhlen’s list of languages with mixed word order seems to include only languages of the second and third type, that is languages that allow two (but no more than two) alternate word orders. And even the decision to include a language into the list of mixed word order languages is not always clear. For instance, they classify Dutch as mixed SOV/SVO, but German, which exhibits very similar word order facts, as SVO...

Source: The evolution of word order and “free word order” languages

Imagine our language development and usage, if our ear/hearing was predominantly structured on a different pattern. For example, if we had a 9-patterned ear and an accompanying 9-patterned hearing, does this mean that DNA would have a 9-patterned coding system instead of a triple one (that is if the two are somehow linked)? Similarly, would there be 9 families of fundamental particles instead of the three: (Highly unstable- Stable- Unstable)? Would religion have a 3 X 3 (9) godhead instead of a trinity (which actually is a 3 to 1 ratio)? Can we alter our perception of the "real world" by influencing the development of an auditory (brain) system with a different structure? Also, can a computer program be set-up to simulate such an alternative development, whereby a more advanced form of logic can be devised and utilized to produce comparable technological advances? Will such advances require the development of a new human species to make better usage of such arrangements? Would the design of an Artificial Intelligence with a 9-patterned auditory process, along with a 9-patterned brain, yield a different reality, and would this reality be applicable to ours, or ours to it?

Humans are like all other life forms that are responsively adaptable to the environment to which they are born. This includes adaptations to some diseases. But, some diseases still kill, just as the environment can kill if changes are sudden and dramatic, or take a long time and are subtle... or overlooked because prolonged exposure causes us take them for granted. Similarly, though we at present find certain aspects of Communism, Democracy and Socialism as effective strategies we've adopted, this does not mean they are valuable for an extended period of time with respect to the survival of the species in the long run. At present, they are used by various advocates to compete with one another, though some nations have adopted the strategy of attempting to negotiate a diplomatic approach towards utilizing the best qualities each of these three models has to offer. An example of this compilation (fusion) of the three is the Nordic Model of economic-oriented governance, that some may like to nostalgically refer to it as the Viking Model, even though the words "Communism" and "Socialism" are not explicitly cited... portions of their characterizations are nonetheless very apparent. (Please note the presence of an expressed reference to a tripartite formula.):

The Nordic model (also called Nordic capitalism or Nordic social democracy) refers to the economic and social policies common to the Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Norway, Iceland and Sweden). This includes a combination of free market capitalism with a comprehensive welfare state and collective bargaining at the national level.

Although there are significant differences among the Nordic countries, they all share some common traits. These include support for a "universalist" welfare state aimed specifically at enhancing individual autonomy and promoting social mobility; a corporatist system involving a tripartite arrangement where representatives of labor and employers negotiate wages and labor market policy mediated by the government; and a commitment to widespread private ownership, free markets and free trade.

Each of the Nordic countries has its own economic and social models, sometimes with large differences from its neighbours. According to Sociologist Lane Kenworthy, in the context of the Nordic model, "social democracy" refers to a set of policies for promoting economic security and opportunity within the framework of capitalism rather than a system to replace capitalism.

  • One of the biggest problems confronting advocates of social reform is the usage of the word "welfare". It needs to be replaced with a term which advances the intent of its advocates, with a word such as "welbeing" (well being). The notion of fairness in the well-being of everyone is getting lost because welfare recipients does not include everyone. Everyone should be included in a "welbeing" social system, in order to remove all the excruciatingly useless stigmas which result from a dysfunctional social welfare system that is neither fair nor treats the public and nation well.

  • A second problem, is that all three economic-based systems of government (Communism, Democracy, Socialism) incorporate variations of nature reverence... living in tune with one's environment of resources like an aboriginal philosophy, without an appreciative realization that the Earth's resources (including all of life), can not be preserved and are merely adopting incremental adaptations to an environment headed towards an eventual demise.

  • Another problem, with respect to America, is that the United States has 50+ competing governments that frequently put the collective ideology of the State's leadership (or National government leadership) ahead of the needs of the public for whom they are supposed to directly serve... and all of them practice a phoney brand of democracy... though they may claim otherwise. It is difficult to have a fair system when there is so much hypocrisy being practiced from State to State and between State and the Federal government. Whereas different States are run like different Countries, there is no real autonomy... particularly when the taxes collected from State Residents is allocated to the coffers of a Federal government headed by those who may use the money for activities that serve the interests of those heading Federal departments, but does not directly (nor indirectly) serve the people from whom a portion of the used monies were taken.

But such problems are symptoms of a much larger situation that needs to be addressed... and this is the inaccuracy of our social ideologies due to our evaluations of historical readings from which precedents are formulated and predictions for future events and conditions are made. In other words, the usage and reliance on Communistic, Democratic, and Socialist ideologies... even if and when we achieve some happy measure of inter-relatedness; are programs which will lead humanity along a course of its present direction of extinction... because they are part of the stream of thought humanity is using to adopt as a measure of trying to reach an equilibrium with the decaying environment. It's not that a great measure of harmony is not possibly to be achieved by inter-meshing the best qualities of Communism, Democracy, and Socialism... it's just that they are like so many other patterned groupings related to strategies of adaptation in an environment that is heading towards a complete decay.

All our social-governing ideologies are short-term fixes to the problem of species survival when set against a scale such as geological time. This includes all religious ideas as well. They do not save us from habituating ourselves to social-governing scenarios which are little more than temporary flotation devices in our drifting efforts of expansive time. It is much like thinking we are safe by sailing on a modern luxurious ocean liner, without being able to see an unexpected mine field of icebergs whose presence was not even a vague possibility of consideration due to our insistence of being preoccupied with the concerns of personal relevance during the route of our singular course, and not the larger environment in which the course was taking place.

Analogously, for those familiar with the Gulliver's travels" story, one of the adventures he encounters was to find himself in the land of the Lilliputians... where the very small inhabitants were at war with a neighboring nation over which side of an egg should be cracked in order to cook it. One nation (Big Endian), based on a tradition of belief, chose the large end, and another nation (Little Endian), based on their own tradition of belief, chose the small end. The absurdity of the quarrel never entered their brains because it reinforced the usage of a small mind. But in the case of having three types of social governing (economic) models named Communism, Democracy, and Socialism being variously declared as the best methodology in which to appropriately utilize resources (how, why, when, where, for what and by whom and under what operational directive); the egg is being fought over by various people throughout the world with the same small-mindedness. The situation might as well be referred to as Gulliverism. In the three-model instance that humans are in conflict about, we have a situation in which another nation thinks it best that the Egg should be opened in the middle. For the metaphor at hand, we shall call it Democracy. But the problem is, the size of the egg is being used to set the standards of economic policy without the people considering what they would do if the Egg became non-existent? In our case, the Egg is being subjected to a diminishment in value because the hen(s) laying the egg(s) have to adapt to an environment that is decaying, and taking them, and us, along with it.

Our 3 approaches to cracking an egg:
Communism, Democracy, Socialism

3 approaches to cracking an egg (124K)

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